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The Myth of Progress

While many might feel that the real myth around here is the progress that we have made in actually finishing this film, it is, after many years, now finally nearing completion. We are still short of the funding that we … Continue reading

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Boeung Kak visit the new Phnom Penh Governor

Boeung Kak and Borei Keila residents gathered in front of the Phnom Penh Municipality to ask for a resolution to the on going land dispute in Boeung Kak. Protesters also used the occasion to protest the imprisonment of fellow community … Continue reading

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Amnesty International Slum Stories in Cambodia

In 2010 and 2011 film director Chris Kelly produced five short documentaries for Amnesty International about the lives of people coping with the consequences of forced evictions in Cambodia. We have gathered all five films here just in case you … Continue reading

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